Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28. The Z/28 moniker stood for "Camaro
Special Performance Package." Product Promotion Engineering
specialist Vince Piggins initiated the Z/28 to make Camaro a force
in SCCA's Trans-American Sedan Championship series. The later 2nd
gen Camaro Z/28's have a speedy style with a hood scoop, fender
vents, and full-width rear spoiler that offers a nice aggressive
look. This 1979 Z/28 is powered by a strong running 350CID V-8
engine that sounds better than new thanks to long tube headers,
Edelbrock intake manifold and Holly carb, paired with a smooth
shifting automatic transmission and a B&M shifter. We know one
of the biggest draws of a late 70's Camaro is the looks. And boy
does this one deliver. The sleek white body pairs well with the
period correct blue decals and blue Z28 Rally Wheels with beauty
rings. The interior is a shade of blue on every surface and
features power steering, power brakes, power windows, a tilt
steering wheel, cold blowing Vintage Air and a new Pioneer sound
system. The four-spoke steering wheel sits Infront of instruments
gauges that include a 130-mph speedometer, a 7k-rpm tachometer and
gauges for fuel level, battery voltage, coolant temperature and a
clock. Some cars just bring back memories of our youth & this is
most certainly one of them.
1979 Chevrolet Camaro
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